In the last 24 hours, more than 255 people died due to Kovid-19 in Uttar Pradesh and infection was confirmed in 8737 new patients. According to the bulletin released by the Department of Medical and Health on Tuesday, with the death of Kovid-19 in the state in the last 24 hours, 255 people have died, so far the number of people who have died due to infection has increased to 18,072. According to him, the maximum number of deaths have been 20 in Meerut.
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Apart from this, 19 in Lucknow, 12 in Kanpur city, 11 in Saharanpur and 10 Kovid-19 infected patients have died in Agra. According to the bulletin, Kovid-19 has been confirmed in 8,737 new patients in the state during the last 24 hours. During the same period, 21,108 patients have also been cured. The maximum number of 502 new cases has been found in the capital Lucknow. Apart from this, 453 infections have been confirmed in Meerut, 374 in Saharanpur, 345 in Gautam Buddha Nagar and 337 new patients in Muzaffarnagar.
At present, one lakh 36 thousand 342 Kovid-19 patients are being treated in the state. During the last 24 hours, 2,79,581 samples were tested in the state. So far, 16,37,663 people have confirmed Kovid-19 infection in the state, out of which 14,83,249 patients have been completely cured.
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Relieving news has come from Maharashtra and metropolis Mumbai amid the second wave of Corona. There are 28,438 new cases in the last 24 hours in Maharashtra, which is moaning from Corona and the positivity rate has come down to 17.2%. In Mumbai, less than a thousand cases have been recorded after two and a half months. In Mumbai, 953 new cases have been registered in the last 24 hours. This is a relief news for the people of Maharashtra as well as the government.
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